Q1: Does anyone know of some real-time, on-access protection antivirus software for linux, that is capable of fully utilizing multi-core processors of today?
I am having issues using KAV for Samba, as while it does its on-access scanning, files are being accessed by many clients and that creates a bottleneck on server, as it scans (almost) every file on open.
Another problem that I have with KAV is that it won't work with kernels newer than 2.6.26, which is a problem, since it won't work with new hardware (which requires new kernel versions).
Q2: Does anyone knows of on-access antivirus software for linux that works with newest kernels? A big plus is if one has used software with success.
If anyohe has an idea about solving one (or both) of these problems, please!
I have tried to configure samba-vscan wth ClamAV, but no luck there (some weird error during compiling of samba-vscan module).
By the way, server is being used as samba server, in a network of clients, running Debian-based distro (if it matters anyway).